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Eye of round, a simple boneless beef roast, is what’s called a “whole muscle” cut of beef

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It’s one of the best roasts sliced and served with gravy or for making Beef Wellington….and for leftovers, too. Whether you’re cooking eye of round with a slow cooker, InstaPot (Instant Pot), or your oven, this roast is fast, lean, and delicious. Beef Eye of Round Roast Recipe Please Note: We do use referral and affiliate links here for products and services that Chef Alli loves and recommends. Howdy! Chef Alli Here. Let’s Get You Cookin’….Shall We? 🙂 Eye of Round Roast. Yowza! I can honestly say that even though I’ve cooked SCADS of beef all my life, I have...

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Everybody loves a classic homemade chicken pot pie – it’s a given! Loaded Bubble-Up Chicken Pot Pie is made with a simple biscuit crust and is filled a creamy, hearty filling made with cream of chicken soup, shredded chicken, crispy bacon, and veggie

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s. It’s an easy and fast chicken casserole your family will love to dig in to. Such yummy comfort food. Loaded Bubble Up Chicken Pot Pie Recipe Howdy! Chef Alli Here. Let’s Get You Cookin’….Shall We? 🙂  Living here in the Heartland, it’s pretty common to enjoy a lot of meals that serve up Chicken Pot Pie. I love how versatile it is – you can make it in your favorite casserole dish, or like in this recipe, I’ve used a good old cast iron skillet for my vessel of choice. Love me some good cast iron cookin’! And, there...

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These delicious gingerbread cookies are so cute, they look like they came from a package! Easy Glazed Gingerbread Cookies with a pretty vanilla glaze are an essential addition to your Christmas baking this year!

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Glazed Gingerbread Cookies Recipe I’m sharing today’s Christmas cookie recipe as part of a yearly “virtual cookie exchange” hosted by my friend, Natasha. You can check out all of the cookie recipes from the other participants at the bottom of this post. This gingerbread cookie dough has taken me a couple of years to perfect, but I think we’re finally there! These little glazed gingerbread cookies have that perfect snappy bite when you first tuck into them that gives way quickly to a soft, chewy gingerbread with the perfect amount of warming flavors. The cookies themselves are not too sweet...

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This recipe for cauliflower au gratin is a delicious and simple low carb recipe

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It's less than 4 net carbs per serving and this cheesy cauliflower side dish is great for Thanksgiving! When it comes time to start preparing for Thanksgiving and any other holidays, I look for ways to lighten up our classic recipes so that everyone can enjoy them while sticking to their healthy lifestyle plans! This cauliflower au gratin is great for everyone because it is loaded with flavor, texture, and cheese…while still being low in carbs! It's just 3.5 net carbs per serving which makes is great for keto and other low carb eating plans. Cauliflower au gratin is a...

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This classic bacalhau à Gomes de Sá, or Portuguese salt cod-potato-onion casserole, is authentic in all ways but one: Instead of peeling, boiling, and cutting the potatoes, they’re very thinly sliced, layered in the dish, and cooked in the oven.

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I grew up being served bacalhau à Gômes de Sá. Eating it was something entirely different. I refused to eat anything Portuguese when I was a kid. (Or at least I tried.) But over the years, I watched as my father consumed mountains of this dish, one of his absolute favorites. It wasn’t until I was an adult that I understood the pleasures of this homey and classic casserole. Traditionally, the potatoes in the dish are peeled, boiled, cooled, and sliced 1/4 inch thick. I found that I could save nearly an hour’s worth of prep if I simply sliced...

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